tomato

usage note
The plural of "tomato" is "tomatoes."
tomato
noun
1. (fruit) 
a. el tomate (M) 
These tomatoes look delicious.Estos tomates se ven deliciosos.
b. el jitomate (M) (Mexico) 
I'll put some tomato in the salad.Le pondré jitomate a la ensalada.
2. (botany) 
We're trying to grow tomatoes on our porch.Estamos intentando cultivar tomateras en nuestro porche.
tomato
Noun
1. (fruit) 
a. el tomate (M) 
b. el jitomate (M) (Mexico) 
tomato ketchup(tomate) ketchup m, catchup m
tomato sauce(salsa f de) tomate or
tomato soupcrema de tomate or
2. (colloquial) (United States) 
a. no direct translation (beautiful woman) 
she's a real tomatoestá buenísima
tomato [təˈmɑːtəʊ] [təˈmeɪtəʊ] (US)
noun
tomatoes (plural) (fruit) tomate (m); jitomate (m); (Méx) (plant) tomatera (f);
modifier
tomato juice (n) jugo (m) de tomate
tomato ketchup (n) salsa (f) de tomate; ketchup (m)
tomato paste (n)
tomato purée See culture box in entry tomato.
tomato plant (n) tomatera (f)
tomato purée (n) puré (m) de tomate; concentrado (m) de tomate
tomato sauce (n) salsa (f) de tomate
...spaghetti with tomato sauce
(Britain) (in bottle, sachet)
tomato ketchup See culture box in entry tomato.
Phrases with "tomato"
Here are the most popular phrases with "tomato." Click the phrases to see the full entry.
tomato sauce
la salsa de tomate
tomato soup
la sopa de tomate
tomato paste
la pasta de tomate
tomato juice
el jugo de tomate
cold tomato soup
la sopa de tomate fría
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tomata

tomata [to-mah'-dah]
noun
1. Conquest, capture, seizure. (f)
2. Take, the quantity of copy taken at one time by a compositor for setting up; the same in type. (f)
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